Leading Companies in Salesforce Ecosystem Standardize on DocuSign
DocuSign for Salesforce Helps Companies Accelerates Sales, Cut Costs, and Enhance the Customer Experience
SAN FRANCISCO –– November 14, 2013 – DocuSign announced exponential growth in salesforce.com customers and partners standardizing on the DocuSign eSignature Global Network. DocuSign’s deep integration with Salesforce helps companies automate business processes to accelerate revenue, reduce costs, and enhance client experiences.
“DocuSign has made it easier to sell and buy HP products,” said John Hinshaw, executive vice president of Technology & Operations, HP. “Through our work with DocuSign, we can get new partner and customer contracts processed faster, sometimes in just hours where it used to be weeks. It is probably the fastest ROI of any software we’ve rolled out.”
“Salesforce.com is the cloud computing leader driving the Customer Company revolution by championing technologies and partners that prioritize customers above everything,” said Keith Krach, chairman and CEO, DocuSign. “Together we leverage DocuSign solutions to provide salesforce.com customers, partners, and suppliers more transaction convenience.”
Salesforce partners who’ve standardized on DocuSign eSignature as customers include Appirio, Apttus, Badgeville, BigMachines, Bluewolf, Box, CallidusCloud, CapGemini, Centerstance, CloudSherpas, Concur, Conga, Cornerstone On Demand, Deloitte, Drawloop, Experian, FinancialForce, Good Technology, HP Relate, Jitterbit, NTT Group, Okta, Selectia, ServiceMax, ServiceSource, Steel Brick, Thunderhead.com, Tractionondemand, Twilio, Xactly, Zuora and more.
“Companies around the world are looking to transform into customer companies,” said Ron Huddleston, senior vice president, ISV & Channel, salesforce.com. “And partners such as DocuSign are leveraging the power of the Salesforce Platform to help customers connect with their clients, partners, and employees in entirely new ways.”
“Appirio’s unique partnership with DocuSign puts new technology (cloud) and new business models (crowdsourcing) front and center,” said Gary Rinedollar, VP, Channels and Alliances, Appirio. “DocuSign for Salesforce helps Appirio’s clients streamline their sales processes to deliver a simple, yet dramatic impact on sales operations for companies of any size.
“DocuSign is the must-have solution in HR talent management to close employment agreements and bring on top talent faster,” said Adam Miller, founder and CEO, Cornerstone. “Cornerstone has standardized on DocuSign for Salesforce in our own business and for our customers with a seamless integration between DocuSign and Cornerstone for Salesforce.”
“DocuSign for Good’s eSignature app is transforming how customer-facing teams securely deliver a great experience,” said Lynn Lucas, chief marketing officer, Good Technology. “Not only is this joint solution reducing our sales cycle, but it's also enabling our customers to engage at the edge and transform their workforce productivity anywhere, on any device.”
DocuSign helps Salesforce users eliminate the hassles, costs, and lack of security in printing, faxing, scanning, and overnighting contracts to capture information and signatures. Some of the many DocuSign for Salesforce customers include Allergan, Angie’s List, Aon, Bayer, CenturyLink, Comcast, Daily Deal, DeVry University, DuPont, Eloqua, Expedia, Extra Space Storage, Force by Design, FuzeBox, Gilt City, Haagen-Dazs Shoppe Company, Halfords, Hilton Worldwide, Hootsuite, Hotel Tonight, HP, Inc. Magazine, Jobvite, Kelly Services, LinkedIn, Medtronic, McKesson, NetGear, O2 Ireland, OpenTable, RE/MAX Cornerstone, Rocket Fuel, Sacramento Kings, Sony Latin America, Sunguard, Tableau Software, The Girl Effect, University of Southern California, Wyndham Worldwide, Yamaha, Zillow and ZipRealty.
Salesforce.com has standardized on DocuSign for eSignature across the enterprise, including HR, Legal, Sales Operations, Sales, and more. The more than 3,000 sales professionals of salesforce.com DocuSign to accelerate sales pipeline, reduce costs, and delight customers. Before DocuSign, it took an average of three days to get sales contracts signed and returned. With DocuSign, 90% of contracts are signed and returned the same day, 71% within the same hour, and 60% within 15 minutes – and new Salesforce users are provisioned to use Salesforce immediately upon DocuSigning.
Businesses of every size are standardizing on DocuSign for Salesforce. More than 60,000 new users join the DocuSign Global Network every day. Today, that network spans users in 188 countries – including employees at 99 of the Fortune 100. DocuSign is used to close deals faster across nearly every industry – from financial services, insurance, technology, healthcare, manufacturing, communications, real estate and consumer goods, to higher education and others.
Sales teams interested in learning more about DocuSign for Salesforce may visit DocuSign at Dreamforce 2013, November 18-21, in San Francisco’s Moscone Center at booth 301 in the West Hall, booth 1918 in the North Hall, or at the DocuSign Booth in the DevZone. Attendees may also visit DocuSign online at:.